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Passport Services
The City of Issaquah is an official Passport Acceptance Facility, providing general information on passport procedures and serving as a liaison between applicants and the U.S. Passport Services Agency. The actual decision to issue or deny a passport is made only by a U.S. Passport Services Agency, not the City of Issaquah.

The City Clerk's Office provides passport services from 10 a.m.-noon and 1-4 p.m., Tuesdays and Wednesdays only. We are located on the second floor of City Hall, 130 East Sunset Way.

For more detailed information, required documentation, downloadable forms, travel warnings, as well as locating other local passport acceptance facilities, visit Travel.State.Gov.

Traditional Passports
Book Format (International Travel)
Age Range
Passport Fee
DEPT OF STATE
Execution Fee
CITY OF ISSAQUAH
Adults
Age 16 & Over
$110
$25
Children
Age 15 & Under
$80
$25

Note: Passport Fee is payable to: DEPARTMENT OF STATE (check or money order). Execution Fee is payable to: CITY OF ISSAQUAH (check, money order or cash).

Passport Cards
(Limited to entering the U.S. from Mexico, Canada, the Caribbean and Bermuda. Not valid for air travel.)
Age Range
Passport Fee
DEPT OF STATE
Execution Fee
CITY OF ISSAQUAH
Adults
Age 16 & Over
$30
$25
Children
Age 15 & Under
$15
$25

Note: Passport Fee is payable to: DEPARTMENT OF STATE (check or money order). Execution Fee is payable to: CITY OF ISSAQUAH (check, money order or cash).

Application Processing
Passport applications are now taking up to 4-6 weeks to process. For an additional $60, applicants can expedite their applications, which now takes up to 2-3 weeks to process.

All applicants must appear in person. Notarized or unofficial photocopies of official documents (e.g. birth certificate, marriage certificate, adoption decree) are not acceptable. The documents submitted must be the original or certified copies from the issuing agency. In addition, children under 16:
  • Must present evidence of parental relationship (e.g. birth certificate, adoption decree) in addition to citizenship evidence (e.g. passport, birth certificate).
  • Are affected by the Two-Parent Consent Law.

To check on the status of a submitted application, visit the federal site or call the National Passport Information Center at 1-877-487-2778 (TDD users: 1-888-874-7793). This is a toll free service.

Please note: This webpage is provided as a courtesy only, and is not intended to describe all the passport rules and procedures set by the federal government. Please visit Travel.State.Gov, the official website of the federal government, for additional information.

Issaquah Contacts

Passport Services

2nd Floor, City Hall
City Clerk’s Office
130 E. Sunset Way

Recorded Information:
Ph: 425-837-3008

Hours

Tuesday & Wednesday
10 a.m. – 12 noon
and 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Photos Available Onsite

Photos $15
Available Onsite